TracBuildbotIntegration Description ¶ Buildbot is a simple and highly configurable continuous integration server. This plugin attempts to integrate it into Trac RAY KURZWEIL - That Singularity Guy - Vice Magazine In the year 2050, if Ray Kurzweil is right, nanoscopic robots will be zooming throughout our capillaries, transforming us into nonbiological humans. We will be able to absorb and retain the entirety of the universe’s knowledge, eat as much as we want without gaining weight, shape-shift into just about any physical form imaginable, live free from disease, and die at the time of our choosing. All of this will be thrust on us by something that Kurzweil calls the Singularity, a theorized point in time in the not-so-distant future when machines become vastly superior to humans in every way, aka the emergence of true artificial intelligence. Computers will be able to improve their own source codes and hardware in ways we puny humans could never conceive.
Willie Wheeler's devops blog At my new job we’re reigniting an effort to move to continuous delivery for our software releases. We figured that we could learn a thing or two from Facebook, so we reached out to Chuck Rossi, Facebook’s first release engineer and the head of their release engineering team. He generously gave us an hour of his time, offering insights into how Facebook releases software, as well as specific improvements we could make to our existing practice. This post describes several highlights of that conversation. What’s so good about Facebook release engineering? The core capability my company wants to reproduce is Facebook’s ability to release its frontend web UI on demand, invisibly and with high levels of control and quality.
Hudson Continuous Integration Prediction: Anchor Text is Dying...And Will Be Replaced by Co-citation - Whiteboard Friday The classic ranking signals: links, authority, keywords, and anchor text - have long remained dominant in Google's search rankings. But in the past few years, we've seen the rise of citations for local rankings, and now, we may be seeing more co-occurence of terms and links in search queries, in text content, and in links becoming more of a factor. p.s. I did this WB Friday in a bit of a rush, and will try to write more about co-occurence/co-citation in a more detailed future post. "Howdy, SEOmoz fans, and welcome to a second beardless edition of Whiteboard Friday. I apologize.
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Pharmacode, SCC14 and Databar Barcode Symbologies Support has been added with Auto Ported Version Aspose.BarCode for Java 5.0.0 has been released. We are pleased to announce that the new release by porting all the features from the current version of Aspose.BarCode for .NET 5.0.0 has introduced some great new features, enhancements to existing features and resolutions to a number of reported issues. From now on, the .NET and Java versions of Aspose.BarCode will stay synchronized so that our Java users will not have to wait for feature that our .NET users already have. This release also includes support for new barcode symbologies: DatabarExpandedDatabarOmniDirectionalDatabarTruncatedDatabarLimitedPharmacodeSCC14 To view a complete list of new features and fixes and to download the new release of Aspose.Diagram for .NET, please visit the download page.
IP Multimedia Subsystem The IP Multimedia Subsystem or IP Multimedia Core Network Subsystem (IMS) is an architectural framework for delivering IP multimedia services. It was originally designed by the wireless standards body 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP), as a part of the vision for evolving mobile networks beyond GSM. Its original formulation (3GPP Rel-5) represented an approach to delivering "Internet services" over GPRS. This vision was later updated by 3GPP, 3GPP2 and ETSI TISPAN by requiring support of networks other than GPRS, such as Wireless LAN, CDMA2000 and fixed lines.